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MrC 23 Feb 17
Morning Math PLC with Mrs. Onyido's Grade 5's. Sharing pizza @ Camp! Strategies, solutions, consolidation
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Mrs. Silvestri 26 Sep 18
5/6 Math Congress - problem solving in a variety of ways and strategies
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Jacky Elfiki 17 Nov 15
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RUSSIAN_ 19 4 Oct 14
Bout to get this calc study sesh in !!!!
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Mr. Guzik 8 Mar 18
It's fun to play around with this complex equation: e^(i•pi)= -1. Euler was the first to prove it. Can you solve it for pi? Pi day is coming up! 💯🆒👊 ?
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Mike Martin 30 Mar 14
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Mrs. Yost Feb 24
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MrC 23 Mar 18
From Ratios to Percents... By making their learning visual, Gr 6's have been improving their understanding of relationships between Ratios, Decimals and Percentages!
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MrC 19 Apr 17
"Which is most likely to occur?" Continuing data collecting and drawing conclusions
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Bindu Sunil 25 Jan 17
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MrC 5 Apr 18
Bottle Flipping.. A fun way to engage the Gr 6's in their learning of Experimental Probability..
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MrC 20 Mar 18
Intro to Ratios: Grade 6's were introduce to the world of Ratios and have been busy visually representing their learning!
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MrC 19 Apr 17
"How will it land?" Grade 6's collecting data through experimenting
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Monika Babic 19 Oct 15
"Miss, that math lesson was so much fun!", a 3rd grader said to me today.
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G 🌻 3 Nov 13
“: Since we lost an hour, I'm technically drinking at 12:20, right?” Exactly
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Thomas Price 27 Oct 11
Replying to @raphablueberry
Nutella > peanut butter > oxygen therefore nutella = the lifeblood of gods.
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